Tag Archives: Banking Malware

Tinba Malware Targeting Financial Institutions in Russia and More

Dell SecureWorks published a new report about their finding in relation with Tinba 2.0. Tinba is now targeting a large number of users in Russian banks and online payment systems, the malware is also targeting several other countries including Japan

Student created more than 100 Trojans within two years

Over this week Trend Micro published an article about Lordfenix a 20-year-old college student created more than 100 Trojans. This is a relatively big number especially when we know that the malwares were designed to steal users financial information. The

‘FNBO Account Application’ is nothing but a zipped Malware


New malicious spam have been reported by Brett M. Christensen on Hoax-Slayer that is targeting First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO) customers. the email claims to be a confirmation for a new account with the bank but it obviously just

Nasty Snifula Trojan starts targeting users in Japan

New Snifula Trojan variant have been spotted by Symantec Security Response team in Japan. the malware have compromised more than 30 financial entities with 12 regional agencies across the country. the malware was firstly discovered in 2006 and were used

Malware compromise online payment 2 factor authentication process

New malicious attack have been observed by TrendMicro and targeting Swiss bank customers, Attackers are able to use a sophisticated malware that intercept SMS tokens and change domain name configuration to redirect victims to non legitimate website. This to allow

Cybercriminals create a network sniffing malware to reach bank customers

Online banking have made all systems connected and allowed users to easily purchase their product without any issue. while this is an advantage there are still some disadvantages for such solution with human vulnerabilities. In the last few years cyber

WhatsApp Desktop Version is a Banking Trojan

TrendMicro security researchers are alerting for another malicious campaign that is targeting whatsApp users. Email message claim to provide a desktop version for windows and Mac for the mobile application WhatsApp. The message includes a url link to download the